NCAAB Terps 

The Associated Press Dubs Maryland the #3 team in the land

A common refrain among the coaches and the media is that Maryland is the third best team behind North Carolina and Kentucky. This marks the first time in 10 years that Maryland has been ranked in the Pre-Season AP Top-25, and also the first time since 2001 they’ve been ranked in the Top 10. Why does Kentucky continue to get... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

5 Takeaways from Maryland’s first outing

The Maryland Terrapins started their 2015-2016 campaign earlier today against Division II Goldey-Beacom, as expected the Division I team that is coming off of back-to-back Final Four appearances won going away. Coach Frese spoke on media day about the importance of her four seniors on the roster and the fact that depth may be a weakness. It’s only one game,... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Terps use balanced attack and defense to fuel rout of Goldey-Beacom

  National title aspirations began today  in College park, MD. The Maryland Terrapins, fresh off a final four appearance started their season with a non-conference exhibition against the Goldey-Beacom Lightning. Typically the first few games of the season in college basketball, mens or womens, aren’t extremely competitive outside of preseason tournaments. The Terrapins let their Division II opponent see what... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Maryland Big Ten Outlook

The University of Maryland will begin its second season in the Big 10 (previously played in the ACC) as the consensus favorite to win the conference. These expectations come as a result of Maryland’s surprising success during its inaugural Big 10 campaign, in which the team was the runner-up in the regular season conference standings and advanced to the semi-finals of the conference... Read More
NCAAF Terps 

Rumors prove true, Edsall era over in College Park

Enough is enough in College Park, after days of rumors and speculation, the University of Maryland decided to part ways with football head coach Randy Edsall Sunday after the Terrapins’ loss Saturday to the Ohio State Buckeyes. Their third straight loss by at least 21 points, the team fought hard for much of the game before the top ranked Buckeyes created... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Maryland Looks To Build On Last Season

With a vaunted roster, Mark Turgeon and the Maryland basketball faithful have their sights set on a national title run. (Photo Credit: ESPN)   With each passing moment, the anticipation for the upcoming 2015-16 college basketball season grows, as teams are only about a week away from officially starting practice. Expectations are very high in College Park, but Coach Mark... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Rasheed Sulaimon Chooses Maryland

  After being dismissed from the Duke basketball program in late January for what legendary Coach K termed an inability to “consistently live up to standards”, Rasheed Sulaimon has finally found some peace by committing to play for the Maryland Terrapins. A major factor in Sulaimon’s desire to play for Maryland is his relationship with Head Coach Mark Turgeon, who he has... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Maryland Looks to Fend Off Upset-Minded Valparaiso

#4 Maryland (27-6) vs. #13 Valparaiso (28-5) Friday 4:40 P.M. ET on TNT Columbus, Ohio — In last year’s tournament, no 4th-seed team lost a 13th-seed.  On Friday, the Maryland Terrapins will look to continue that trend against the Valparaiso Crusaders, who come in riding the wave of a Horizon League championship. The skinny on Valparaiso:  –Conference: Horizon League (13-3... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

2015 Big Ten Tournament Preview

MyMindOnSport’s Troy Jefferson previews and predicts the Big Ten Tournament, which begins on March 11th and concludes on March 15th. Frontrunners Wisconsin (16-2) Frank Kaminsky and the Badgers are the favorites to win the Big Ten Tournament. Bo Ryan’s gritty style will make for a tough out but a team with impact bigs like Purdue and UMD could give them... Read More
NCAAB Terps 

Maryland Proves Its Worth In Missouri

Much of the off-season news around Maryland’s basketball program had to do with the mass departures of some of its talented players. In all, seven players from the 2013-14 roster decided to transfer, leaving various questions swirling. The mass exits coupled with three consecutive lackluster seasons without a tournament appearance, created rumblings of whether Coach Mark Turgeon’s job was in jeopardy.... Read More
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